Kesha hits up Cincinnati staples before Tuesday show

Posted at 8:34 PM, Aug 15, 2016

CINCINNATI — After (presumably) waking up in the morning feeling like P. Diddy, singer-songwriter Kesha hit the city Monday night ahead of her Tuesday concert at Bogart's on Vine Street.

The artist visited Casablanca Vintage, where she tried on a quirky pillbox hat covered in flowers — naturally — and was spotted at the Reds' game against the Miami Marlins later in the night.


Kesha at Casablanca Vintage!!!! Thanks so much for a fun night!!! #Kesha #vintage @iiswhoiis

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She's not the only celebrity to tour the Queen City recently. Musical power couple Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton spent a day out in Cincy Aug. 8 that included stops at Norwood Delite Creamy Whip and the Cincinnati Zoo with Stefani's sons. 

Between these sightings and the recent film projects that have chosen to shoot in Cincinnati, are we finally becoming the star magnet we were always meant to be? Cincy's ready for its close-up, Hollywood!